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January 28, 2020
Wireless communications infrastructure company SBA Communications knew it was likely going to remain one of the smaller of that industry’s “big three” (behind American Tower and Crown Castle), and CEO Jeffrey Stoops was perfectly OK with that. As long as SBA Communications continued to prize being relevant and innovative over being big, they would cement...
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Hyderabad: India is the most cyber-attacked country, said Lt. General Rajesh Pant, chief, National Cyber Security Coordinator. “Because of the population and presence of over 500 million internet users, India is bound to be the most attacked country in terms of cyber attacks,” he said. Stressing on increasing number of cybercrime cases, he said the...
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The social media accounts of almost half of the teams in the National Football League, as well as the official NFL account, were hacked, the NFL said in a statement today. Some ESPN social media accounts were also “briefly compromised,” ESPN said today in a statement to The Verge. The NFL accounts were hacked on...
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news, national Two men used the dark web to smuggle drugs into Victoria and mailed them out to customers using children’s toys and cushions as a cover. Steen McBeth, 29 and Jackson Li, 28, admitted importing and trafficking cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine and other drugs into the country for eight months in 2017. The men used...
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We live in a data driven world, so it’s important to be good stewards of our own data and the data of others. Each year on January 28, we have a dedicated opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the privacy of personally identifiable information; encourage compliance with privacy laws and regulations; and...
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Today is Data Privacy Day. As we say every year, Data Privacy Day is more than just a 24-hour period when you try to keep safe online. It’s a day to think about changes you can make in your digital life that will keep you safer today, and tomorrow, and the day after, and the...
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For admins just getting their feet wet with LDAP, learning the protocol can be a lot. This quick guide to LDAP will help you understand the basics. The post The Quick Guide to LDAP appeared first on JumpCloud. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Ryan Squires....
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Space Force is being mocked and Mark Zuckerberg might get blocked, but first: a cartoon about airplane mode. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News The US Space Force had a rough launch on...
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Posted by Natasha Pabrai, Jan Keller, Jessica Lin, Anna Hupa, and Adam Bacchus, Vulnerability Reward Programs at Google Our Vulnerability Reward Programs were created to reward researchers for protecting users by telling us about the security bugs they find. Their discoveries help keep our users, and the internet at large, safe. We look forward to...
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The various threat intelligence stories in this iteration of the Weekly Threat Briefing (WTB) discusses the following topics: BitPyLock, Business Email Compromise, Data Breaches, Konni Group, Phishing and Zero-Day Bugs. The IOCs related to these stories are attached to the Weekly Threat Briefing and can be used to check your logs for potential malicious activity. Figure 1...
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In the past few years, social media has transformed from a communications gold mine to a minefield of disinformation campaigns. CPX 360 – New Orleans, La. – Social media, initially built to improve global communications, has become a weapon in the hands of cybercriminals launching disinformation campaigns. CEO Gil Shwed used the world’s growing interconnectedness...
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Staff reports Published 4:46 PM EST Jan 28, 2020 The Better Business Bureau is warning basketball fans to not let mourning cloud their judgment. The tragic death of Kobe Bryant is likely to generate scams exploiting fans’ eagerness for information and memorabilia. BBB has seen this happen numerous times in the past when celebrities have died...
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SAN FRANCISCO–As useful as it is, the web also can be a manifestly frustrating and unsafe place for many people. While the last 10 years have seen significant improvements in online security, the privacy side of things has not caught up yet, and changing that requires the attention of not just technology companies and browser...
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U.K.-based medical technology company Tissue Regenix acknowledged on Tuesday that it took its systems offline after an unauthorized party accessed them and those of its U.S.-based third-party IT service provider. According to a report from Reuters, the Leeds-based company said the shutdown will negatively impact its ability to manufacture products at its U.S. facility in...
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WASHINGTON— Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign is dealing with some departures in the closing days before the Iowa caucuses, as its head of talent and cybersecurity aides have left, and it still faces questions about staffer diversity, according to people familiar with the matter. Nadia Singer, the talent director for the campaign responsible for identifying potential...
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Data privacy regulations are coming – Make sure your company is prepared Nearly two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, many companies are still struggling to comply due to the complexity of the legislation and inadequate resources – as evidenced by British Airways’ record $230 million GDPR fine. Across the...
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Financial and reputational rewards far outweigh initial outlay, Cisco says Security teams who implement strengthened data handling practices are reaping rewards that stretch far beyond compliance, as a new report indicates that organizations are recouping an average of 2.7 times their financial investment in data privacy. Polled for a study published to coincide with Data...
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New Year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep. In fact, according to this YouGov poll, most Brits failed to keep all the resolutions they made for 2019. It may be hard to believe but we’re now firmly into 2020. In a cyber security context, many organisations will be looking back on another year and another...
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Manufacturing Fear Russia, China and Iran are already being blamed for using tech to undermine the 2020 election. Yet, the very technologies they are allegedly using were created by a web of companies with deep ties to Israeli intelligence. Source link
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Over a dozen NFL teams may want to consider hiring a cyber defensive coordinator after their Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts were reportedly hijacked and defaced on Sunday and Monday by the mischievous OurMine hacker group, which has emerged from hibernation. According to multiple news sources, the hackers compromised the NFL’s league Twitter and Facebook...
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